Why choose Bollé Safety?
Why choose Bollé Safety to protect and correct your employees’ eyesight? The technical performances of our safety spectacles goes beyond standards and gives your employees’ eyes increased safety. Of course, the comfort and design of our lenses and frames are studied to give optimum vision and make employees want to wear them.
Types of prescription lenses
Single vision, progressive or varifocal, bifocal, degressive and free form lenses
Eye Safety doesn’t end with the workday – Safety Glasses at Home
Workplace OH&S is a well-known concept and safety glasses are common in working environments, but what about eye safety at home?
Tactical Safety Glasses Range Overview
Bollé Safety is one of Australia’s leading manufacturers of high-quality safety eyewear. Their comfortable and stylish safety glasses and goggles can be seen across construction, manufacturing, mining and healthcare industries worldwide
Eye Safety Options if you Wear Prescription Glasses
Many workplaces instigate an eye safety program for their employees as part of their overall OH&S. But what if you wear prescription glasses every day, rather than contact lenses? What if the company’s chosen safety glasses don’t fit over a pair of prescription lenses?
Whether you use safety glasses, goggles, or a face shield, fog is a regular issue for many workers.
Safety Goggles: Pilot 2 NEO
Bollé Safety has released a new product in the Pilot 2 range of safety goggles to include Pilot 2 Neo. They designed the new model for tough environments, like those found in the petrochemical and mining industries.
15 interesting facts about the human eye
Vision is so fundamental to the human experience that sometimes we take our eyes for granted. The human eye is a highly complex organ that provides us with the ability to experience the world in ways that our other senses cannot. Even though we use our eyes during the majority of our waking hours, there are a number of fun and interesting things you may not have realised about your eyes and how they function.
5 industries where eye protection is a priority
Our eyes are one of our most important organs but also one of our most fragile. Sight is arguably our most important sensory process, critical to navigating our modern lifestyles. We rely on sight when we walk and drive, when we read and write, and when we work and play.
8 ways to protect yourself from harmful blue light of screens
White light is made up of all visible colours but those at the blue end of the spectrum, what we call blue light, can be harmful. Screens produce blue light at higher levels than emitted by the sun. The increasing number of digital devices in our lives is exposing us to more screen time than ever before. While in many professional settings, employees now spend the vast majority of their working day staring at screens.
All you need to know about Blue Light Some Test
Our modern world is flooded with artificial light. We over illuminate our homes and workplaces, bright streetlights and signage line our roads, and now the glowing screens of our mobile devices follow us everywhere we go. The development of artificial light allowed us to work longer, sleep later, and facilitates our 24hr entertainment culture.
Summer Sun and Safety
The depletion of the ozone layer and a reduction in cloud cover are only a small number of factors contributing to a high UV rating. The ozone layer acts as the Earth’s natural shield from UV rays. As a result, we need to be much more vigilant protecting our eyes.
The inescapable blue light
While in many professional settings, employees now spend the vast majority of their working day staring at screens. These factors are leading to increased eye strain, long-term retina damage, as well as a host of other physical, mental and emotional health disorders. Discover through this infography some datas and protective measure against blue light!
Seeing clearly how anti-fog technology improves vision, comfort, and safety
For the first time in history, a health crisis has shut down the entire global economy, demonstrating how inseparable healthcare and the economy have become. The COVID-19 pandemic keeps making a tremendous impact in healthcare work environments. The need to keep patients from mingling together and a scarcity of PPE have had continued effects on hospital and healthcare business operations throughout the pandemic response.
Tactical eyewear: On and off the battlefield
Why choosing tactical eyewear ? For the most prevalent tactical situations, the risks present in tactical situations. Protect yourself from the risk!
COVID-19 eye protection for busy and dedicated healthcare workers
Working in a healthcare environment can be stressful, tiring, and at times, dangerous. Every day at work, healthcare workers’ (HCWs’) eyes are at risk of being exposed to infectious droplets, like COVID-19, harmful chemicals, bodily fluids, and splashes. All this might lead to Eye injuries and irritations.
Dangerous tactical environments need highest standards of eye protection
Tactical situations cover a wide range of environments that present a variety of risks to the eyes: Military, Law Enforcement & Rescue Operations
Innovative PPE solutions for protecting your eyes from the COVID-19 virus
The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating humanitarian, social, and economic impacts globally and we are still learning about how the virus interacts with our bodies.
At a time when more than one in three people around the world have vision problems, eye protection in the workplace can quickly become a challenge. Find out more about vision problems
When choosing your safety eyewear, ensure the fit is ideal. nose bridge, frame size, curve, hinge flexibility, temples or buckles adjustments... there are various ways safety eyewear can ensure optimal protection and comfort.
Fit for a Smaller Head: Silex + Small
October is National Safe Work Month, with the theme being think safe. work safe. be safe. As one of Australia’s leading safety eyewear specialists, Bollé Safety is in full support of the initiative and encourages companies to take their employees’ safety seriously at all times.
The dark side of blue light
When considering eye safety, we usually think of safety glasses or goggles that protect eyes against flying debris, dust or splashes. However, light is also something to consider in relation to eye safety. The bright light of welding is brought to a safe level by heavily tinted welding goggles. Ultraviolet light from sunlight is rendered less harmful to the eyes via the use of UV blocking sunglasses. There is also blue light.
The unique demands protective eyewear pharmaceutical industry
There’s nothing quite like the chemical industry. The world’s third largest industrial sector employs more than 10 million people and generates an incredibly broad range of products that impact every element of our lives. From industry to clothing, from food to healing people, manufactured chemicals have become intrinsic to our society.
B-Clean - How to care for and clean your eye protection?
To protect and care for your glasses, goggles or face shields, Bollé Safety has designed a complete range range of practical and efficient accessories.